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2022 | nr 2 | 2--9
Tytuł artykułu

The European Union Resource Adequacy Assessment as an Instrument to Support the Development of Renewable Energy Sources and the Achievement of Decarbonisation Targets

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Ocena wystarczalności zasobów Unii Europejskiej jako instrument wsparcia rozwoju odnawialnych źródeł energii i realizacji celów w zakresie dekarbonizacji
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Abstrakty
W związku z rosnącym udziałem różnych rodzajów generacji rozproszonej, akumulatorów, efektywności energetycznej oraz nowych obiecujących technologii, w połączeniu z tradycyjnym wytwarzaniem energii elektrycznej z paliw kopalnych na dużą skalę, zapewnienie niezawodności systemów elektroenergetycznych staje się coraz większym wyzwaniem. Zapotrzebowanie na energię elektryczną również podlega ciągłym zmianom ze względu na zwiększoną częstotliwość występowania ekstremalnych zjawisk pogodowych. W tym środowisku regulacyjnym Unia Europejska zaproponowała jednolity model regulacyjny oceny bezpieczeństwa systemu elektroenergetycznego, w którym kluczową rolę odgrywa ocena długoterminowej wystarczalności zasobów. Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie tego modelu, wskazując jakie są jego implikacje z punktu widzenia tworzenia polityki regulacyjnej dla rozwoju odnawialnych źródeł energii i celów dekarbonizacji.(abstrakt oryginalny)
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Due to the growing mix of different types of dispersed generation, energy storage, energy efficiency and new promising technologies, in combination with traditional large scale fossil fuel electricity generation, ensuring reliability of electricity systems is increasingly challenging. The electricity demand is also in constant change because of the increased frequency of extreme weather events. In this regulatory environment, the European Union has proposed a single regulatory model to assess the security of the electricity system, in which a key role is played by long-term resource adequacy assessment. The aim of the article is to show this model, indicating what the policy implications are for the development of renewable energy sources and decarbonisation targets.(original abstract)
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  • Warsaw University of Technology
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